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Thursday 01/16/14

No Definitive Answers on Possible Dairy Deal
Aides to House Speaker John Boehner and House Agriculture Committee ranking member Collin Peterson declined late Wednesday to confirm media reports that the two had reached agreement on dairy, the biggest remaining impasse in the farm bill, but industry sources said they believe a deal is in the works.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 9:19AM CST 01/16/14 by Jerry Hagstrom | Post a Comment
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Hopefully these family farm destroyers will soon realize that providing the largest and most profitable with the largest subsidies and investment/profit guarantees destroys the financial viability of those not receiving the massive financial benefits the government is targeting the most financially viable.
Posted by W Kuster at 10:36AM CST 01/16/14
 

Wednesday 01/15/14

Cotton Council Concerned Over Views From Brazilian Counterparts
A statement released Wednesday by the National Cotton Council indicates Brazilian cotton producers aren't happy with provisions being worked out in the farm bill. The statement also indicates the Brazilians aren't sticking to a growers' agreement that had been worked out in a series of meetings between the U.S. and Brazil.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 8:55PM CST 01/15/14 by Chris Clayton | 0 Comments | Post a Comment
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